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JUN 2018

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34 • ROCK products • June 2018 Screening are commonly used in portable-appli- cation vibrating feeders with loader or excavator feed. All Telsmith feed- ers incorporate a heavy-duty vibrator assembly with cast shafts, open housing – flow through oil lubrication, double row spherical roller bearings and pre- cision cut gears. Adjustable gear timing and bolt on coun- terweights allow for maximum stroke adjustment (both angle and length) to achieve optimum feed control and con- sistent production. Solid pan, straight deck and step deck configurations offer additional versatility in feeder design to consistently deliver on the promise of outstanding performance. Terex Washing Systems Terex Washing Systems (TWS) globally premiered its new water-management offering, Terex AquaClear, at Hillhead 2018. The range includes clarifying tanks, flocculent dosing systems, filter presses and all associated equipment enabling TWS to offer an end-to- end solution for washing and water management. TWS has a dedicated technical team to support Terex AquaClear, consisting of a product manager, engineers and applications specialists, together with a new, cutting-edge laboratory specifi- cally designed for material testing and sample pressing. This ensures optimum equipment selection and specification for customers. Intelligent automation is common throughout TWS' equipment range and this is particularly relevant to water management systems. The majority of the company's systems include fully automated control and adjustment of the flocculant dose, according to the amount of suspended solids and set- tlement time required. This ensures maximum performance even with highly variable feed materials such as recycled sources and eliminates any risk of over-dosage. Its wide choice of thickener models and formats ensures customers are offered the best solution for individual needs, all with low operational cost and max- imum dewatering in mind. Following the thickener, customers have a choice of filter presses, again depending upon individual material characteristics and performance needs. Unified Unified Screening's proprietary and patented Flowmax Modular Screening System is extremely adaptable. This system can be a permanent flat deck or modular (removable) solution using modular tension mats. The universal, patented fastening method provides substantial locking area. Benefits of Flowmax polyurethane are: • Longer life – can last 15 to 20 times the life of wire cloth. •  Reduced plugging and blinding; better production performance. •  Variety of materials available; ethers, esters at 60A to 90A durometer. • Easy installation. • Flexible installation options. Flowmax modules allow replacement of worn areas without replacing the entire screen. Modules are available in 12- x 24-in. or 12- x 12-in. panels, giving you the best use of available area plus optimum efficiency in replacement and maintenance. No matter which installation option chosen, Flowmax offers a universal, patented fastening method, providing substantial locking area. There are no pins, plugs or other loose parts required. Modules are inter- changeable between a permanent and removable frame system. Weir Weir offers superior wear-resistant screen media systems. Its Enduron and Trio range of screening equipment are suited to a wide range of applications and deliver outstanding performance and reliability. Combined with its extensive range of screen media, the company offers a comprehensive screening solutions. Its extensive knowledge and commitment to the research and development of screening technology and wear per- formance compounds ensures that its products are built to last. ing-equipment

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